Tribute To The Eagles Is Coming To Mansfield

Tribute To The Eagles Is Coming To Mansfield

  • 9/28/2017 1:49:06 PM
  • Emily Ramey
  • National News

MANSFIELD, OH - Billed as "the original tribute to The Eagles," tribute band Hotel California will come to Mansfield, Ohio's Renaissance Theatre on Saturday, October 28th for a night saluting the legendary music of the iconic band.

Presented as a part of the Avita Health System Concert Series, Hotel California will perform all of the greatest hits of The Eagles starting at 8:00 PM on the stage of the Renaissance Theatre.

By blending their extraordinary vocal and musical talents, Hotel California faithfully and accurately reproduces the sound of the Eagles studio recordings while recreating a classic sound which undeniably transcends the boundaries of Rock, R&B, and Country while delivering a modern, action packed performance that brings this timeless music into the new millennium. Presenting an exciting showcase of The Eagles mega-hits such as "Take it Easy," "Heartache Tonight," and "Hotel California" as well as newer releases "Get Over It" and "Love Will Keep Us Alive."

This band, comprised of five respected, multi-talented top music industry professionals, presents a dynamic exciting show saluting the music of The Eagles, a supergroup whose music has proven to have a staying power that few bands lay claim to. Finally, audiences can once again experience the energy and magic of this timeless music.

Tickets start at $15 and are on sale now at the Renaissance Theatre Box Office, via phone at (419) 522-2726 and online at MansfieldTickets.com. This concert is presented by Newman Technology with additional support from the Ohio Arts Council.

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